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ENGL 101 - English Composition I - Gray

This guide provides research support for Professor Gray's Persuasive/Argumentative and Informative essays.

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For your Persuasive/Argumentative and Informative Research essays, Professor Gray is emphasizing the use of "scholarly journal articles." Please view the resources linked to the "Scholarly vs. Popular" link to the left, to familiarize yourself about the differences between scholarly, popular, and trade articles.

Recommended databases can be found using the "databases" link to the left, and MLA citations help is provided by using the "MLA Citations" link.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about finding sources:

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